New work posted today in the Rhythms series, titled "The Dreamer".
This was one of the more complicated shoots that I've done recently, involving three models, and a variety of different lighting set ups. This image takes a slightly different direction from the other images in this series, as it relies less on symmetrical elements, and introduces some other techniques, which I believe help to further tell a story.
There are also additional photos in the "black and white nudes" portfolio - a few more high key shots, and a few random shots from my recent three-model shoot.
In other news.... I picked up a new Canon 5d as a backup camera this week, and I have to say... I'm really liking it. One of the adjustments I had to make when moving to a digital setup was the conversion factor for standard SLR lenses, due to the smaller sensor in some digital cameras. The 5d doesn't suffer from this, as it uses a full size sensor, enabling you to use more of the lens - basically the equivalent field of view that you'd get from using the lens on a 35mm camera, rather than having the edges trimmed off - a downfall of having the smaller sensor. Anyway, it's nice to be able to put my 19mm on the camera and know that I'm going to see exactly what I expect to see. The downside is that the 5d doesn't support the EF lenses (designed for the smaller sensors), but Canon has yet to produce a high quality EF series lens, so far as I have seen, and thus, I haven't invested in any.
Anyway. I'm not here to write a product review.
More stuff is on the way ---